If you are new to mobile development, Xamarin presents a single entry point that targets multiple platforms. In this video, Tom Duffy eplores where Xamarin excels in cross-platform develpment.
- [Narrator] If you're new to mobile development,…Xamarin presents a single entry point…that targets multiple platforms.…The single stack approach allows developers…to learn one language and one tool…to target iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and more.…Using C# as the programming language,….NET as the development platform,…and Visual Studio as a development tool,…it is the most complete end-to-end solution…in the cross-platform market space.…Xamarin apps are comparable in performance…to Native apps written in Java,…Objective-C, or Swift.…
They provide Native UI components…either through the use of Xamarin forms,…or through Native UI development…ensuring that Xamarin apps look like every other Native app.…Xamarin apps work with common device functionality…across platforms via plugins…and specific APIs…eliminating hardware compatibility issues.…In addition, Xamarin supports linking with Native libraries,…allowing for better customization…and Native-level functionality with little overhead.…
The Xamarin SDK is open source,…
- Hybrid vs. native cross-platform apps
- Choosing an editor
- Building a Cordova app
- Building an Ionic app
- Buildin an app with the Create React Native App
- Building an app with the React Native CLI
- Building a Titanium app
- Building a Xamarin app
Skill Level Beginner
Ionic 3.0 for Mobile App Developerswith Sani Yusuf5h 43m Intermediate
React Native: Building Mobile Appswith Steven Emmerich2h 32m Intermediate
1. Intro to Cross-Platform Development
4. React Native
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